Short blond hair is the absolute go to December hairstyle - or is it pink?

Girl shakes her pink braided hair
Girl shakes her pink braided hair

Change is good and it’s fun to switch up hairstyles especially before or in the middle of the holidays.

Haven't we all been thinking of which style will take us right through our break, look fantastic for our Insta travel posts we can throwback to next year plus will be easy to maintain in this heat and survive the beach or pool?

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But maybe there isn't too much to think about because for the most part blond has been the go-to colour for many of us, most Decembers. It's as inevitable as hearing TKZee to bring back childhood memories. A few celebs with the look which has become their signature...

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What if you get bored? Or don't want to commit to one colour? Here's some hair inspo for you.

Rainbow hair

Seen on celebrities like Cardi B and Kelani, this hair colour looks great in pretty much any hairstyle and is a great eccentric and bold choice. Also, if you don’t want to commit to one colour you can have all of them.

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Kelani's bright chunky braids might be something to consider trying these holidays

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Cardi B's rainbow hair has been one of her most most talked about looks this year

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Think America’s Next Top Model Eva Marcille or 90s Jada Pinkett Smith. This hair colour is popular with both pixie or brush cut hairstyles.

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Sun kissed Amandla Stenberg shows off her short haircut in a glistening bronze shade

Keke Palmer, ever experimenting with her hair, came out with this dark copper-like colour

Coral pink

Didn’t you hear? Coral pink in the Pantone colour of the year for 2018. No wonder we have been seeing cool bleached pixie cuts and coral locks in pink shades lately.

Halsey recently switched up her signature haircut with this popping pink colour

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Kim Kardashian West rocked these long pink extensions with her natural coloured black roots

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As a hair colour, purple can be both a bold or a safe colour depending on which shade you choose. If you choose a lighter and brighter purple like Keke Palmer, you will be sure to stand out. But if you choose a darker purple the magic will be in the detail. It will depend on your highlights and how the light sits on your hair. 

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Keke Palmer has sported a bright purple brush cut 

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Purple looks great on longer locks as well

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